Release date nailed for Harley Quinn Batman Arkham City DLC

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We have some good news for Batman Arkham City owners now, as Warner Bros has just disclosed some information regarding the highly anticipated Harley Quinn DLC content that will be available for download soon.

Warner Bros has just announced that the upcoming Harley Quinn’s Revenge pack will add an impressive two hours plus of new gameplay to the successful title. Originally, we thought that the new content would be available with the Game of The Year Edtition of Arkham City, which goes on sale at the end of May.

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However, the community manager for Rocksteady has just clarified that the Harley Quinn’s Revenge DLC will actually be available much sooner – April 29 and April 30 to be exact. PS3 owners will be able to get it a day earlier than those playing Arkham City on Xbox 360.

A price has also been confirmed for the DLC, as Xbox 360 owners will need to pay 800 Microsoft Points for the content, while PSN users can get it from the PS Store for $9.99. It may be worth noting that during the new Harley Quinn missions, you’ll be able to play as both Batman and Robin.

It’s a bit harsh on those wanting to buy the G.O.T.Y edition in Europe though. For some reason, US gamers will be able to pick it up on May 29th, but everyone else outside of the US will have to wait a staggering three months to get the exact same version in September. Not too much a concern for those that already have the game, but still a bit disappointing that these region shenanigans still exist in the industry.

To recap, the new Harley Quinn DLC is releasing next week as standalone DLC. After playing the game thoroughly, will you be buying this or giving it a miss? We can’t wait to see what Rocksteady’s new project is – perhaps this will be shown off at E3. We would love for them to make an Avengers game – how good would that be?

  • Sam

    CD projekt gives 10 gigs of new content, over 4 hours of gameplay to fans FOR FREE… Warner Bros gives us an “impressive” 2 hour for 10$ I don’t know why but I don’t feel impressed at all…